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Khabib Nurmagomedov’s father and coach, Abdulmanap, dies age 57 Khabib Nurmagomedov’s father and coach, Abdulmanap, dies age 57

Khabib Nurmagomedov’s father and coach, Abdulmanap, dies age 57

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Khabib Nurmagomedov with his father and coach AbdulmanapUFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov’s father and coach, Abdulmanap, has died aged 57 following complications caused by coronavirus. Abdulmanap, an MMA coach, was taken to hospital in Moscow in May, after coronavirus symptoms exacerbated an existing heart condition.The news of his death was confirmed by Khabib’s manager, Ali…

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Chinese hackers ‘targeted Covid-19 research’ – US Chinese hackers ‘targeted Covid-19 research’ – US

Chinese hackers ‘targeted Covid-19 research’ – US

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Image copyright Getty Images The US justice department has accused China of sponsoring hackers who are targeting labs developing Covid-19 vaccines.Officials have charged two Chinese men who allegedly spied on US companies doing coronavirus research and got help from state agents for other thefts.The indictment comes amid a US crackdown on Chinese cyber espionage.The UK,…

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Coronavirus ‘Is it safe to go to the dentist?’: Melvin asks experts your health and economy questions amid the COVID-19 pandemic Coronavirus ‘Is it safe to go to the dentist?’: Melvin asks experts your health and economy questions amid the COVID-19 pandemic

Coronavirus ‘Is it safe to go to the dentist?’: Melvin asks experts your health and economy questions amid the COVID-19 pandemic

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MSNBC’s Craig Melvin asks Emergency Room Physician, Dr. Rob Davidson, and CNBC Reporter, Ylan Mui, viewer questions on finance and safety during the coronavirus pandemic.July 2, 2020

Coronavirus Health officials: Worst is yet to come with COVID-19 outbreak Coronavirus Health officials: Worst is yet to come with COVID-19 outbreak

Coronavirus Health officials: Worst is yet to come with COVID-19 outbreak

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Why do health officials, including the World Health Organization, think the worst is yet to come from the coronavirus pandemic? Dr. Nahid Bhadelia explains.June 30, 2020

Pandemic Pushing NFL Toward Financial Cliff… Pandemic Pushing NFL Toward Financial Cliff…

Pandemic Pushing NFL Toward Financial Cliff…

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Every NFL team has shaped its roster, planned its future and designed its strategy for winning a Super Bowl around the same basic premise: America’s richest sports league would continue to get richer. The coronavirus pandemic has burst the league’s $16 billion revenue bubble. NFL revenue could fall as much as $4 billion in 2020,…

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Coronavirus Cases Set Daily Records in U.S., India – The Wall Street Journal Coronavirus Cases Set Daily Records in U.S., India – The Wall Street Journal

Coronavirus Cases Set Daily Records in U.S., India – The Wall Street Journal

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U.S. coronavirus infections set another daily record with continued surges in Southern and Western states as officials weighed further restrictions to slow the spread. More than 66,000 new coronavirus cases were confirmed in the U.S. on Friday, the highest daily number since the pandemic began, raising the country’s total to nearly 3.2 million, according to…

Coronavirus: Why won’t India admit how Covid-19 is spreading? Coronavirus: Why won’t India admit how Covid-19 is spreading?

Coronavirus: Why won’t India admit how Covid-19 is spreading?

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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption India still denies it’s seeing community transmission even as cases surge Rajesh Kumar, 45, started coughing in early June. Within days, he was running a high fever.He didn’t get tested for coronavirus. Instead he took anti-fever medication for five days. But the fever persisted, and soon he had difficulty…

Coronavirus tests: Swabs don’t damage the brain and other claims fact-checked Coronavirus tests: Swabs don’t damage the brain and other claims fact-checked

Coronavirus tests: Swabs don’t damage the brain and other claims fact-checked

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Image copyright Al Seib Claims that coronavirus tests can harm people are circulating on social media.We investigated the claims in some of the most widely shared posts.The nose swab can’t damage the brainA picture showing a swab test being taken has been circulated widely on Facebook and Instagram along with claims that the swab is…

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Coronavirus Coronavirus has not disappeared, as Trump predicted Coronavirus Coronavirus has not disappeared, as Trump predicted

Coronavirus Coronavirus has not disappeared, as Trump predicted

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The president has been stating for months a belief that the coronavirus will simply disappear, yet current national infection rates tell a different story.July 3, 2020

Newsletter: How Will Consumers Respond to New Coronavirus Cases? Newsletter: How Will Consumers Respond to New Coronavirus Cases?

Newsletter: How Will Consumers Respond to New Coronavirus Cases?

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This is the web version of the WSJ’s newsletter on the economy. You can sign up for daily delivery here. One Step Forward… Americans cautiously returned to the marketplace last month, helping the economy slowly dig out from a severe recession. Household spending on goods and services rose a record 8.2% in May, more than…

Coronavirus Cases Up More Than 63,000, as Trump Calls Some Flare-Ups ‘Burning Embers’ – The Wall Street Journal Coronavirus Cases Up More Than 63,000, as Trump Calls Some Flare-Ups ‘Burning Embers’ – The Wall Street Journal

Coronavirus Cases Up More Than 63,000, as Trump Calls Some Flare-Ups ‘Burning Embers’ – The Wall Street Journal

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President Trump said the coronavirus pandemic will be brought under control and he played down the public health threat in a Sunday interview, putting him increasingly at odds with state officials expressing concern about the spread of Covid-19 among young adults.The number of infected Americans continued to climb over the weekend. There were more than…

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Coronavirus: 5G and microchip conspiracies around the world Coronavirus: 5G and microchip conspiracies around the world

Coronavirus: 5G and microchip conspiracies around the world

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Image copyright Gaston Brito Some of the most persistent conspiracy theories surrounding the coronavirus pandemic have continued to spread around the world.We’ve picked out some of the most pervasive false claims and look at how far they’ve travelled.5G to Bolivia and beyond There’s absolutely no way 5G mobile phone signals either transmit the virus or…

China coronavirus: ‘Wartime state’ declared for Urumqi in Xinjiang China coronavirus: ‘Wartime state’ declared for Urumqi in Xinjiang

China coronavirus: ‘Wartime state’ declared for Urumqi in Xinjiang

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Image copyright Reuters Image caption Urumqi is being subjected to what are now typical Chinese lockdown measures for outbreaks A “wartime state” has been declared in Urumqi, the capital of China’s western Xinjiang region, after a spike in cases of coronavirus.Officials on Saturday said 17 new cases had been recorded and strict measures on movement…

Coronavirus Coronavirus: What’s happening around the world on Monday Coronavirus Coronavirus: What’s happening around the world on Monday

Coronavirus Coronavirus: What’s happening around the world on Monday

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Leaders in several U.S. states ordered residents to wear masks in public in a dramatic course reversal amid an alarming resurgence of coronavirus cases nationwide.Medical workers wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) prepare to intubate a COVID-19 patient at the intensive care unit of a hospital in Houston on Monday. (Callaghan O’Hare/Reuters)The latest: More than 10…

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Coronavirus Podcast: Rural America has its own coronavirus problem Coronavirus Podcast: Rural America has its own coronavirus problem

Coronavirus Podcast: Rural America has its own coronavirus problem

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Adm. Brett Giroir, the Trump administration’s testing coordinator, said on CNN’s “State of the Union” Sunday that the average turnaround time for coronavirus test results is 4.27 days and acknowledged that he’s “never going to be happy” until that figure is reduced.Why it matters: Long backlogs make testing less useful — public health officials need…

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